I am excited that I will be able to get to this festival this year. I went several years ago and just stuffed myself. Everything was great - for me the grilled kolbasi and the fried potato pancakes were the best. I wanted to buy a nut roll (I saw an article in the Washington Post years ago about the ladies of the church making them) - but the line was too long for me.
I copied this from their website: http://www.epiphanyofourlord.org/cale...
Epiphany of Our Lord Church Byzantine Catholic Church
39th Annual Slavic American Festival
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Rain or Shine -- Noon to 6:30 pm
Click here for flyer
Featuring: Traditional Slavic foods: holupki, pirohi, kolbasi, haluski, potato pancakes; Joe Shelko and His Band; Children's events; Religious art & crafts sale; Handmade Slavic art & crafts sale; Bake sale; Nutrolls; Icon display & sale; Rummage sale; Bingo; Raffles; Cold refreshments; Football on TV.
Liturgy: Saturday, Sept. 8th - 5 pm & Sunday, Sept. 9th - 8 & 10:30 am
New Church Tours: 12:30, 2:30 , 3:30, and 4:30 pm
Byzantine Sacred Music Concert by Slava Men's Chorus: 1:30 pm
Free admission -- Free shuttle parking -- No pets please Events & times may vary -- Quantities while they last -- Proceeds benefit the Building Fund